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Traction Retinal Detachment

A traction retinal detachment occurs when scar tissue, often related to diabetes, forms on the inner surface of the retina. This scar tissue contracts and pulls the retina off of the eye wall, resulting in detachment and vision loss. Modern vitrectomy surgery techniques can be used to remove such scar tissue, relieve traction, and reattach the retina.
Diabetic Traction RD 1-14-17

Diabetic Traction RD 1-14-17

Tabletop RD 1-14-17

Tabletop RD 1-14-17

TRD with PFO dissection

TRD with PFO dissection

Tabletop with submacular Mx

Tabletop with submacular Mx

TRD with FTMH

TRD with FTMH

Nunez TRD

Nunez TRD

VH TRD deLeon

VH TRD deLeon

Diabetic TRD

Diabetic TRD

Wolfjaw TRD 7-11-11

Wolfjaw TRD 7-11-11

Wolfjaw Total RD w/PFO

Wolfjaw Total RD w/PFO

Tabletop Traction RD 2/11

Tabletop Traction RD 2/11

Severe Tabletop Traction RD

Severe Tabletop Traction RD

Diabetic Cellophane

Diabetic Cellophane

Diabetic Traction RD 1-14-17

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Tabletop RD 1-14-17

Diabetic Stabletop with Cataract

TRD with PFO dissection

Tabletop with submacular Mx

TRD with FTMH

This video is about TRD with FTMH

Nunez TRD

This video is about Nunez TRD

VH TRD deLeon

Diabetic TRD

Wolfjaw TRD 7-11-11

Wolfjaw Total RD w/PFO

Tabletop Traction RD 2/11

Severe Tabletop Traction RD

Diabetic Cellophane